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Cameron Williams, 2019 4* DB, Bakersfield (HS), CA (Offered)

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  • Mosster47Mosster47 Posts: 4,942
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    Mosster47 said:

    The pee leaves this morning seem to be pointing towards him recommitting to Oregon

    I am hearing Oregon didn’t want him though because they had too many good prospects at his position.
    I coached a kid with alopecia before and I probably made 25,000 eyebrow jokes and at least 10,000 Edgar Winters references in those two years. Great kid, went to Brown.

    I think Oregon has two safeties they are more interested in and have a really good shot at the one from Alabama. If he goes somewhere else they would take Williams back. As of now I don't think they would take it until Bridges decides in the next few weeks.

    Move your feet, lose your seat kind of deal.
    Ooh, are we sharing alopecia guy stories that no one gives a fuck about? Here's mine:

    I worked with a guy with alopecia for a few years. Polish dude, I used to carpool with him for a time. Never spoke a word to each other. Good times.

    He was engaged to this Polish chick that I'm friends with now. They broke it off and then had to work together for like a year after that before he moved. Lol.

    Never asked why they broke it off. I'm really self-involved, so I don't really ask people personal questions. That's right, there's no pay-off to this story either.

    You'll never get back the 30 seconds you spent reading this. Or 90 seconds if you're a retard like ballzdeep.
    Rent free.
    bananasnblondesjuhsoonRaceBannonSourcesGothrydRDRDoogCouricsCuntWaffleEdwin_Bambino2five3fouronthehopExtraChrisBFremontTrollMisterEm
  • StrongArmCobraStrongArmCobra Posts: 208
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    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
  • animateanimate Posts: 904
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    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
    Oh, yes.
  • StrongArmCobraStrongArmCobra Posts: 208
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    edited July 7
    animate said:

    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
    Oh, yes.
    Examples?...
  • animateanimate Posts: 904
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    animate said:

    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
    Oh, yes.
    Examples?...
    You made the claim first. It's incorrect.

    You come up with some data. That's your responsibility.


    Yeah, this is HH where anyone can any kind of shit... But fact is that if you follow recruiting there are always prominent examples every year of high end recruits that decommit and then recommit to their original school.

    People only remember the ones that switch.

    Kids commit then decommit to go through the process of free visits, food, travel, swag and pussy. Happens.
  • UDubHusky23UDubHusky23 Posts: 313
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    animate said:

    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
    Oh, yes.
    Examples?...
    Jojo Mathis lol
  • Neighbor2972Neighbor2972 Posts: 780
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    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
    Oh, yes.
    Examples?...
    You made the claim first. It's incorrect.

    You come up with some data. That's your responsibility.


    Yeah, this is HH where anyone can any kind of shit... But fact is that if you follow recruiting there are always prominent examples every year of high end recruits that decommit and then recommit to their original school.

    People only remember the ones that switch.

    Kids commit then decommit to go through the process of free visits, food, travel, swag and pussy. Happens.
    Last year 66 kids decommitted from Pac-12 schools for other teams, I would be surprised if there were more than 5 who decommitted and recommitted
  • animateanimate Posts: 904
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    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
    Oh, yes.
    Examples?...
    You made the claim first. It's incorrect.

    You come up with some data. That's your responsibility.


    Yeah, this is HH where anyone can any kind of shit... But fact is that if you follow recruiting there are always prominent examples every year of high end recruits that decommit and then recommit to their original school.

    People only remember the ones that switch.

    Kids commit then decommit to go through the process of free visits, food, travel, swag and pussy. Happens.
    Last year 66 kids decommitted from Pac-12 schools for other teams, I would be surprised if there were more than 5 who decommitted and recommitted
    Ballzdeep said "never" so of course I say "often".

    But the reality is that it does happen from time to time when a recruit either felt they committed too quickly, didn't get the full flavor, didn't get enough coffee cups etc.

    Example: Micah Parsons comes to mind. 5 star recruit for Pedo state. Decommitted then recommitted.
  • StrongArmCobraStrongArmCobra Posts: 208
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    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
    Oh, yes.
    Examples?...
    You made the claim first. It's incorrect.

    You come up with some data. That's your responsibility.


    Yeah, this is HH where anyone can any kind of shit... But fact is that if you follow recruiting there are always prominent examples every year of high end recruits that decommit and then recommit to their original school.

    People only remember the ones that switch.

    Kids commit then decommit to go through the process of free visits, food, travel, swag and pussy. Happens.
    Last year 66 kids decommitted from Pac-12 schools for other teams, I would be surprised if there were more than 5 who decommitted and recommitted
    Ballzdeep said "never" so of course I say "often".

    But the reality is that it does happen from time to time when a recruit either felt they committed too quickly, didn't get the full flavor, didn't get enough coffee cups etc.

    Example: Micah Parsons comes to mind. 5 star recruit for Pedo state. Decommitted then recommitted.
    For fuck sake you're simply wrong man. Me saying "never" was hyperbole. But it very rarely happens. Statistically, the chances of Williams recommitting to Oregon are very slim. If you want to waste your time looking up the data to try to prove me wrong go ahead. You'll be wasting your time.
    Neighbor2972backthepack
  • MeekMeek Posts: 4,378
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    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
    Oh, yes.
    Examples?...
    You made the claim first. It's incorrect.

    You come up with some data. That's your responsibility.


    Yeah, this is HH where anyone can any kind of shit... But fact is that if you follow recruiting there are always prominent examples every year of high end recruits that decommit and then recommit to their original school.

    People only remember the ones that switch.

    Kids commit then decommit to go through the process of free visits, food, travel, swag and pussy. Happens.
    Last year 66 kids decommitted from Pac-12 schools for other teams, I would be surprised if there were more than 5 who decommitted and recommitted
    Ballzdeep said "never" so of course I say "often".

    But the reality is that it does happen from time to time when a recruit either felt they committed too quickly, didn't get the full flavor, didn't get enough coffee cups etc.

    Example: Micah Parsons comes to mind. 5 star recruit for Pedo state. Decommitted then recommitted.
    For fuck sake you're simply wrong man. Me saying "never" was hyperbole. But it very rarely happens. Statistically, the chances of Williams recommitting to Oregon are very slim. If you want to waste your time looking up the data to try to prove me wrong go ahead. You'll be wasting your time.
    huskyhooliganExtraChrisB
  • animateanimate Posts: 904
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    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
    Oh, yes.
    Examples?...
    You made the claim first. It's incorrect.

    You come up with some data. That's your responsibility.


    Yeah, this is HH where anyone can any kind of shit... But fact is that if you follow recruiting there are always prominent examples every year of high end recruits that decommit and then recommit to their original school.

    People only remember the ones that switch.

    Kids commit then decommit to go through the process of free visits, food, travel, swag and pussy. Happens.
    Last year 66 kids decommitted from Pac-12 schools for other teams, I would be surprised if there were more than 5 who decommitted and recommitted
    Ballzdeep said "never" so of course I say "often".

    But the reality is that it does happen from time to time when a recruit either felt they committed too quickly, didn't get the full flavor, didn't get enough coffee cups etc.

    Example: Micah Parsons comes to mind. 5 star recruit for Pedo state. Decommitted then recommitted.
    For fuck sake you're simply wrong man. Me saying "never" was hyperbole. But it very rarely happens. Statistically, the chances of Williams recommitting to Oregon are very slim. If you want to waste your time looking up the data to try to prove me wrong go ahead. You'll be wasting your time.
    Fucking lol. I come up with an example and all of a sudden I'm just wrong.

    It's all ballzdeep in this bitch.
  • StrongArmCobraStrongArmCobra Posts: 208
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    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
    Oh, yes.
    Examples?...
    You made the claim first. It's incorrect.

    You come up with some data. That's your responsibility.


    Yeah, this is HH where anyone can any kind of shit... But fact is that if you follow recruiting there are always prominent examples every year of high end recruits that decommit and then recommit to their original school.

    People only remember the ones that switch.

    Kids commit then decommit to go through the process of free visits, food, travel, swag and pussy. Happens.
    Last year 66 kids decommitted from Pac-12 schools for other teams, I would be surprised if there were more than 5 who decommitted and recommitted
    Ballzdeep said "never" so of course I say "often".

    But the reality is that it does happen from time to time when a recruit either felt they committed too quickly, didn't get the full flavor, didn't get enough coffee cups etc.

    Example: Micah Parsons comes to mind. 5 star recruit for Pedo state. Decommitted then recommitted.
    For fuck sake you're simply wrong man. Me saying "never" was hyperbole. But it very rarely happens. Statistically, the chances of Williams recommitting to Oregon are very slim. If you want to waste your time looking up the data to try to prove me wrong go ahead. You'll be wasting your time.
    Fucking lol. I come up with an example and all of a sudden I'm just wrong.

    It's all ballzdeep in this bitch.
    No offense but you're dumb as fuck. One example out of how many other decommitments? That is the exception not the rule. The outlier not the trend. Like I said it rarely happens. Everybody except apparently your dumb ass knows that.
    HuskyClaws
  • UW_Doog_BotUW_Doog_Bot Posts: 1,368
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    Glad to see balls really took the repeated banning to heart and learned and grew from it.
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  • HuskyClawsHuskyClaws Posts: 673
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    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
    Oh, yes.
    Examples?...
    You made the claim first. It's incorrect.

    You come up with some data. That's your responsibility.


    Yeah, this is HH where anyone can any kind of shit... But fact is that if you follow recruiting there are always prominent examples every year of high end recruits that decommit and then recommit to their original school.

    People only remember the ones that switch.

    Kids commit then decommit to go through the process of free visits, food, travel, swag and pussy. Happens.
    Last year 66 kids decommitted from Pac-12 schools for other teams, I would be surprised if there were more than 5 who decommitted and recommitted
    Ballzdeep said "never" so of course I say "often".

    But the reality is that it does happen from time to time when a recruit either felt they committed too quickly, didn't get the full flavor, didn't get enough coffee cups etc.

    Example: Micah Parsons comes to mind. 5 star recruit for Pedo state. Decommitted then recommitted.
    For fuck sake you're simply wrong man. Me saying "never" was hyperbole. But it very rarely happens. Statistically, the chances of Williams recommitting to Oregon are very slim. If you want to waste your time looking up the data to try to prove me wrong go ahead. You'll be wasting your time.
    Fucking lol. I come up with an example and all of a sudden I'm just wrong.

    It's all ballzdeep in this bitch.
    No offense but you're dumb as fuck.
    Upvoted for this line making me laugh.
    RaceBannonCuntWaffleExtraChrisBEsophagealFeces
  • animateanimate Posts: 904
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    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    animate said:

    Nobody recommits to a school they decommit from. UW or USC all the way.

    That actually happens quite often.
    No it doesn't.
    Oh, yes.
    Examples?...
    You made the claim first. It's incorrect.

    You come up with some data. That's your responsibility.


    Yeah, this is HH where anyone can any kind of shit... But fact is that if you follow recruiting there are always prominent examples every year of high end recruits that decommit and then recommit to their original school.

    People only remember the ones that switch.

    Kids commit then decommit to go through the process of free visits, food, travel, swag and pussy. Happens.
    Last year 66 kids decommitted from Pac-12 schools for other teams, I would be surprised if there were more than 5 who decommitted and recommitted
    Ballzdeep said "never" so of course I say "often".

    But the reality is that it does happen from time to time when a recruit either felt they committed too quickly, didn't get the full flavor, didn't get enough coffee cups etc.

    Example: Micah Parsons comes to mind. 5 star recruit for Pedo state. Decommitted then recommitted.
    For fuck sake you're simply wrong man. Me saying "never" was hyperbole. But it very rarely happens. Statistically, the chances of Williams recommitting to Oregon are very slim. If you want to waste your time looking up the data to try to prove me wrong go ahead. You'll be wasting your time.
    Fucking lol. I come up with an example and all of a sudden I'm just wrong.

    It's all ballzdeep in this bitch.
    No offense but you're dumb as fuck. One example out of how many other decommitments? That is the exception not the rule. The outlier not the trend. Like I said it rarely happens. Everybody except apparently your dumb ass knows that.
    You said "nobody recommits to a school they decomitted from", ballz.

    Was I wrong?
    Rubberfist
  • RealRhinoRealRhino Posts: 130
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    Wtf? A 4.71 at 190? Have I got the saying wrong all this time? Is it “slow kills”?
  • StrongArmCobraStrongArmCobra Posts: 208
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    @animate I told you, it's called hyperbole fucktard. When somebody says "everybody" or "nobody" they usually don't mean it literally. They usually mean "most people" or "very few people".
  • FKA_MousecopFKA_Mousecop Posts: 1,008
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    RealRhino said:

    Wtf? A 4.71 at 190? Have I got the saying wrong all this time? Is it “slow kills”?

    Rapp ran in the 4.7s at like 195 in HS too. Not saying he’s Rapp, so don’t twist.
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  • WoofWoof Posts: 263
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    RealRhino said:

    Wtf? A 4.71 at 190? Have I got the saying wrong all this time? Is it “slow kills”?

    Rapp ran in the 4.7s at like 195 in HS too. Not saying he’s Rapp, so don’t twist.
    But Rapp was only 17 when we recruited him so he could get faster...

    Miki Ah You ran a 4.99 at 199 a few months ago. That is more of a red flag to me. All these kids will develop and get substantially faster. LIPO
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